The Navigate computer-based tool is a comprehensive platform that provides the Limestone student support network with information to help every student make smarter choices. Navigate provides student-specific information in real-time that can be accessed by administrators, advisors, deans, faculty, and staff in a coordinated care network designed to help proactively manage student success and deliver a return on education.
Predictive analytics and real time academic and behavioral data identify students at-risk for attrition. This includes pre-enrollment information, student demographics, course registrations, academic records, and transfer articulation.
Easy to use communication tools designed to extend the reach of advisors and facilitate engagement with students.
Advisors coordinate student care, refer them to support services, and receive reports to close the loop.
Use of effectiveness reports allow administrators to make continuous improvement to services.
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Quick start guide to the Navigate tool
When using Navigate, you will see a "?" in the top, right of the screen. Clicking this help icon (?) will allow access to a variety of help topics, most with short "how to" videos.
Need assistance? These Navigate Ambassadors can help:
• Navigate Ambassador Names, Navigate Ambassador Titles and Email Addresses
Please reach out to any of these individuals with Navigate related questions.
Navigate is a student success application that guides students from orientation to graduation. It helps them explore majors, navigate requirements from financial aid to course registration, and stay on top of important dates and deadlines—right in the palm of their hand.
Navigate also offers faculty, advisers and administrators comprehensive information about a student to support their success. Capabilities include, but are not limited to:
In spring 2018, leaders across campus were challenged to identify ways to elevate the student experience as part of our Limestone 2020 strategic plan to increase retention and graduation rates. Following design thinking exercises and committee meetings, the group proposed implementing a tool to share information across departments and improve students’ access to campus resources.
Navigate will fulfill this need by providing students with a practical guide to resources on campus and more transparency on deadlines and requirements. The tool will also allow employees to better advise students based on a complete view of their status with the University and to create timely warnings when a student does not complete important steps to advance in their Limestone career.
Navigate is a one-stop-shop that provides a holistic view of students’ progress at the college and makes student information easily available, sortable and actionable. It will also help you connect students to support services across campus.
Navigate helps students stay on top of things they need to do and keeps them engaged on campus. With your support, these are some of the benefits students will experience.
Navigate offers an improved holistic view of a student’s experience at Limestone. Faculty and other administrators will have the opportunity to see when a student is at risk.
All students, advisers and faculty, as well as staff in student service roles such as Financial, Student Success, and Enrollment Services, will use Navigate.
Navigate has both a desktop site and mobile application. Students will primarily interact with Navigate through a mobile app whereas Limestone staff will use a separate, but integrated, desktop application geared for their needs. Navigate works best on Google Chrome on your iPad or desktop computer.
Faculty will be able to communicate through the platform via email or text, as well as make advising appointments. Furthermore, advisers will have greater transparency into a students’ record with the university in order to avoid course registration delays.
Yes, the LC Portal will continue to hold important forms, documents and account information.
We anticipate rolling out Navigate to all students in Fall 2019.
Navigate updates student records and information every 24 hours.
Navigate is connected to Jenzabar and gathers pivotal student information, such as majors, transcripts, GPA, and enrollment data. Faculty and staff can track and report on student interactions and flag students who are experiencing challenges.
Faculty and advisers will be able to see information about their students in Navigate. Administrators will have access to all pertinent student information.
Faculty and advisers should make notes in Navigate related to a student’s success.
When you log in, you will find help resources provided by Navigate on the top right corner of your browser.